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Four Park Runs….

Since the Mt Gambier Park Run we have done a further four Park Runs, Maribryong (Melbourne), Noosa, Maroochydore and now the Gold Coast (Main Beach) where we are currently staying. We have enjoyed the runs, meeting new people and running on different terrains in varying conditions.  This last Park Run was extra special for David […]

Mt Gambier Park Run

On Saturday 7 February David & I joined the Mt Gambier Park Run.  The run course, given that it was across the top of the spectacular Blue Lake, was uphill most of the course.  If you had the time, the view was gorgeous but best appreciated after the run. Local runners, Peter and Dean welcomed […]

Reliving the Wheelbarrow Across Australia Run

On Sunday 24 January 2015 David and I set off in our caravan to relive the Wheelbarrow Across Australia Run of six and half years ago. The plan this time was for David to run as many Park Runs as he could around Australia. Unfortunately, in training, David’s right knee flared up,  so he now […]

Claisebrook Park Run

  The start of a long journey continued with David’s fourth Park Run at Claisebrook in overcast and humid conditions Saturday 22 November.  The run nearly didn’t end well, with David almost falling and  thankfully for the trusty wheelbarrow handles he was able to brace his fall and was saved from an injury. During the […]

Cape to Cape Walk

On Monday 3 November 2014 David and I set off from the Naturaliste Lighthouse heading south with 12 friends to walk 135kms to the Leewin Lighthouse, Augusta. The scenery was awesome and very varied and ranged from beach sand, rocky outcrops, bush head high, lovely grassed and treed Ellenbrook through to steep limestone tracks. It […]